Ninilchik Alaska | Cook Inlet Fishing

Ninilchik Alaska is a small scenic quaint town with a population of roughly 800+ people,  its situated 180 miles southwest of Anchorage. The demographic for Ninilchik is known for there Russian culture that stemmed from migration from the Kodiak region. This tiny photogenic town extends roughly 4 miles along the Sterling Highway between South of Soldotna and North of Homer.

Though this town may be small, there is plenty to love here with a stunning scenery and old viallge charm of one of the Kenai Peninsulas oldest communities. Ninilchik is focused on tourism and it draws in thousands of people every summer for both commercial and local fishing. To those who want to enjoy a peaceful town situated on some of the prettiest waters of Alaska, Ninilchik is your town to go to. 

If you would like more information about what Ninilchik has to offer, you can view Ninilchik Chamber of Commerce!

Fishing Cook Inlet

Cook Inlet is a big destination spot for saltwater fishing on an outstanding body of water. There are plenty of charters that will take you out on Salmon and Pacific Halibut expeditions. One of the least amount of fish you’ll see is Rockfish. Cook Inlet is a good area for spin casting and people who would like to go fly fishing.

We look forward to seeing you this summer!

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